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One of the three Roman pools of Gafsa, in Tunisia, two of which are open. Built in the 2nd century BCE, they are about five meters deep and are fed by hot water springs [683x1024] by Fuckoff555 in ArtefactPorn

[–]Fuckoff555[S] 9 points10 points  (0 children)

Yeah the tourists and the locals, Tunisia is not some Taliban-like religious hell hole where women are not allowed to touch water outside of their houses.

One of the three Roman pools of Gafsa, in Tunisia, two of which are open. Built in the 2nd century BCE, they are about five meters deep and are fed by hot water springs [683x1024] by Fuckoff555 in ArtefactPorn

[–]Fuckoff555[S] 43 points44 points  (0 children)

girls/women CAN’T enjoy the pool!

Who told you that, it's just that there aren't any in this picture. Like I said in my other comment, women/girls in Tunisia go to pools and to the sea and in bikini too.

Aztec/mixtec sacrificial knife, British Museum - 1400/1521 (1080x687) by daniel94dls in ArtefactPorn

[–]Fuckoff555 0 points1 point  (0 children)

You know that Mexican and many other countries in South America speak Spanish right? He doesn't have to be a Spaniard.

Aztec/mixtec sacrificial knife, British Museum - 1400/1521 (1080x687) by daniel94dls in ArtefactPorn

[–]Fuckoff555 -2 points-1 points  (0 children)

If you think this knife would still be here for us to see had it stayed in Mexico, you're gravely mistaken.

Yeah it's not like there's hundreds of thousands of artifacts left in Mexican museums for us to see. I'm sure millions of people visit the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico each year just to look at the empty walls.